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Beyond a shady pine forest, walking through dense juniper bushes, you'll come upon the brightly coloured countryside of Rena Majori, a strip of white, incredibly find sand that slips into an enchanting coloured sea, bordered by dark rocks and light granite. In the area of...More
Despite the thunderstorm rolling through, this beach was pretty and definitely worth a visit. There’s a short trail from the beach, up the hill which offers a good view.
Try Cafe Paradise on the beach for a light lunch.
It’s a beautiful beach, like so many others. The view towards the south is spectacular with the pointy rocks. We came here on a windy day and the waves were pretty violent, one could only stay right at the waterline. There are several places to...More
In the region, there are 2-3 main beaches. I preferred the beach number two. It was with a huge rock in between, where in the calm water people were jumping from and in the storm weather, it was a shelter for me and my boyfriend...More
It was not very easy to go there but when we steped the stairs down to the beach we were overwhelmed by its beauty and pureness. Little white stones and clear water and nobody was there. It was just perfect and we felt like there...More
we came to rena majori della nurra in tha afternoon. the parking place was nearly empty...so also a few of guests were on the beach, which is hidden in the steepcoast of the northwestside of sardinia, we took our beach belongings and walked down the...More